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Guest Contributor – Sara Kazemi

Apr 17, 2013
Guest Contributor – Sara Kazemi

I am Sara. I born in the snowy winter, In Tehran. And this is my story. I didn’t know Buddhism. Four years ago I married a Buddhist guy in Iran . I know! Iranian Buddhist is so strange but is true. I married him .after marriage when I see his behavior I told...

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Guest Contributor – Abby Foo

Mar 24, 2013
Guest Contributor – Abby Foo

Video submitted by Abby Foo Submitted video for “BLOG COMPETITION: Invite back a Manjushri statue!”    

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Guest Contributor – Vinnie Tan

Mar 24, 2013
Guest Contributor – Vinnie Tan

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Guest Contributor – Bryan Ho

Mar 24, 2013
Guest Contributor – Bryan Ho

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Guest Contributor – Thomas Marechal

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Thomas Marechal

Article submitted by Thomas Marechal When I met Tsem Tulku Rinpoche, I was living in pure poverty in Dundee, eat only rice and no heating during the winter. When I have start to read his blog that have change my perspective, all his Teaching are a great benefit for specially one recently. The wheel...

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Guest Contributor – Charmaine Phoon

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Charmaine Phoon

Article submitted by Charmaine Phoon “How both Tsem Rinpoche blog & Dharma influence had turned my wayward ways around.” Dear Tsem Rinpoche, First off, I thank you for always being so giving, tolerant, patient & compassionate to everyone including all sentient beings. You have revealed so much knowledge, life lessons and Dharma teachings to...

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Guest Contributor – Håkan Hagström

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Håkan Hagström

Article submitted by Håkan Hagström "How Dharma has benefited my life" I’ve not always been a Buddhist. I was born into Christianity but as I grew older I realized that the religion wasn’t compatible with my mind. In the beginning of the millenium I left the Lutheran church, not ascribing to any religion. In...

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Guest Contributors – Daryl and Alysa

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributors – Daryl and Alysa

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Guest Contributor – Mavis Yeh

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Mavis Yeh

Article submitted by Mavis Yeh It was in early 2010 that I first stumbled upon Rinpoche's YouTube teachings and to say that I was completely blown away by it is an understatement. The blog came about shortly after and I have been an avid reader/follower since then. At the beginning, with my highly...

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Guest Contributor – Jim Yeh

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Jim Yeh

Guest Contributor - Jim Yeh As I speed at 165 km/hr on the 407 highway, I thought to myself “I don’t care if I die today.” I hated and loathed my life, my work environment, the people around me. I wondered why I am such a screw up and why nothing has worked out...

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Guest Contributor – David Lai

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – David Lai

Video submitted by David Lai Submitted video for "BLOG COMPETITION: Invite back a Manjushri statue!" - http://blog.tsemtulku.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/kechara-13-depts/blog-competition-invite-back-a-manjushri-statue.html]

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Guest Contributor – Freon Tee

Mar 21, 2013
Guest Contributor – Freon Tee

Article submitted by Freon Tee “How has Tsem Rinpoche’s blog benefited you?” H.E Tsem Tulku Rinpoche began to write the first blog post on 16th September 2009. After almost 4 years H.E Tsem Tulku has posted about 1811 articles. Until today, the blog has over 2.5 million page viewers! H.E’s blog covers a...

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